kgrrsten:

Seriously I’m dying! 

roganrichards:

if you hadnt seen this interview - here it is again.
http://qnews.com.au/article/a-moment-with-rogan-richards
image www.shotsbygun.com

roganrichards:

if you hadnt seen this interview - here it is again.

http://qnews.com.au/article/a-moment-with-rogan-richards

image www.shotsbygun.com

carmenvita:

favhob:

My Favorite Hobby

carmenvita

exponentiallyfandomatic:

alwaysadisneyday:

The ladies of Disney.

IT’S BY HAIR COLOR

lilbeastindraco:

If you haven’t watched Shrek: The Musical yet you’re really missing out!

The shade

Thank you!!! Leave them alone!!!

Thank you!!! Leave them alone!!!

iammyfather:

monteyjames:

vicemag:

Hell Will Freeze Over Before Chevron Pays for Pollution
When 30,000 Ecuadorian villagers sued Chevron in 1993 for devastating the Amazon with 18 billion gallons of toxic wastewater, the US-based oil giant’s reply was simple: “We will fight [the lawsuit] until hell freezes over,” said a representative. “And then fight it out on the ice.”
After investigators documented what they call a “Rainforest Chernobyl”—17 million gallons of spilled crude oil, more than 1,000 open waste pits full of toxic waste polluting the drinking water, and thousands of victims of cancer and birth defects—it seemed justice was served for the villagers. In 2011, an Ecuadorian court ruled against Chevron and demanded the company pay $19 billion in restitution. Ecuador’s Supreme Court later reduced the damages to $9.5 billion but upheld that ruling.
But on Tuesday, a U.S. court effectively overturned the ruling, which means Chevron has won the fight and hell, apparently, has frozen over. They’ve won using what activists say are dirty tactics, including filing a countersuit against the Ecuadorian villagers, claiming they had lied all along about the pollution caused to their properties as part of a shakedown scheme.
Chevron hired a legal team of more than 60 law firms and 2,000 legal professionals to argue that it’s not the villagers who are the victims here—it’s the corporation.
Continue

Ohdeargod. We need to reverse this Supreme Court decision FAST

Anyone that has watched the Supreme Court over the last few years could not expect anything different.  it is not pro business, it IS BUSINESS, and except for some goodies for the Right’s little people,it will ALWAYS be business from now on.

Fuck that. I can’t deal with that. The Supreme Court only did ONE good thing in my lifetime but it’s time to fix this bullshit.

iammyfather:

monteyjames:

vicemag:

Hell Will Freeze Over Before Chevron Pays for Pollution

When 30,000 Ecuadorian villagers sued Chevron in 1993 for devastating the Amazon with 18 billion gallons of toxic wastewater, the US-based oil giant’s reply was simple: “We will fight [the lawsuit] until hell freezes over,” said a representative. “And then fight it out on the ice.”

After investigators documented what they call a “Rainforest Chernobyl”—17 million gallons of spilled crude oil, more than 1,000 open waste pits full of toxic waste polluting the drinking water, and thousands of victims of cancer and birth defects—it seemed justice was served for the villagers. In 2011, an Ecuadorian court ruled against Chevron and demanded the company pay $19 billion in restitution. Ecuador’s Supreme Court later reduced the damages to $9.5 billion but upheld that ruling.

But on Tuesday, a U.S. court effectively overturned the ruling, which means Chevron has won the fight and hell, apparently, has frozen over. They’ve won using what activists say are dirty tactics, including filing a countersuit against the Ecuadorian villagers, claiming they had lied all along about the pollution caused to their properties as part of a shakedown scheme.

Chevron hired a legal team of more than 60 law firms and 2,000 legal professionals to argue that it’s not the villagers who are the victims here—it’s the corporation.

Continue

Ohdeargod. We need to reverse this Supreme Court decision FAST

Anyone that has watched the Supreme Court over the last few years could not expect anything different.  it is not pro business, it IS BUSINESS, and except for some goodies for the Right’s little people,it will ALWAYS be business from now on.

Fuck that. I can’t deal with that. The Supreme Court only did ONE good thing in my lifetime but it’s time to fix this bullshit.

jeans-saliva:

This was actually my favorite scene in the entire anime.

These kids weren’t main characters, they weren’t even recognizable faces. You weren’t supposed to feel anything for them. In fact, you were supposed to dislike them, because they were too scared to go out and help the characters who were humanized, who you did like. But this fucking kid, this poor, scared kid who you don’t even fucking know, just quietly kills himself like it’s the most natural thing in the world. No drama, no theatrics, no emotional speeches. He just does it. Almost as if it’s just the rational thing to do, like drinking water when you’re thirsty. For me, there was nothing more real in the entire series than this, and there was nothing that defined the characters’ way of life more. Because what the hell kind of world do you have to live in to treat suicide like such a logical option?

eyeslikeseaglass:

fyspringfield:

Read it. 

VIVA LA PLUTO FUCK YOU

iammyfather:

oreides:

fucking rich white people laughing at how poverty is some diet they should try.

Actually considering starchy foods are the only ones that many can use to stretch their budget, this ‘person’ would really learn about the difference between Camera Chubby and unhealthy FAT.  Not talking weight/size, talking health detriments of stretching money further than it can safely go.

No. I’d rather we just skip all of that and go straight to the end. She sounds like a character off of mean girls and that belongs in a movie or a sitcom. NOT live news

vicemag:

Hell Will Freeze Over Before Chevron Pays for Pollution
When 30,000 Ecuadorian villagers sued Chevron in 1993 for devastating the Amazon with 18 billion gallons of toxic wastewater, the US-based oil giant’s reply was simple: “We will fight [the lawsuit] until hell freezes over,” said a representative. “And then fight it out on the ice.”
After investigators documented what they call a “Rainforest Chernobyl”—17 million gallons of spilled crude oil, more than 1,000 open waste pits full of toxic waste polluting the drinking water, and thousands of victims of cancer and birth defects—it seemed justice was served for the villagers. In 2011, an Ecuadorian court ruled against Chevron and demanded the company pay $19 billion in restitution. Ecuador’s Supreme Court later reduced the damages to $9.5 billion but upheld that ruling.
But on Tuesday, a U.S. court effectively overturned the ruling, which means Chevron has won the fight and hell, apparently, has frozen over. They’ve won using what activists say are dirty tactics, including filing a countersuit against the Ecuadorian villagers, claiming they had lied all along about the pollution caused to their properties as part of a shakedown scheme.
Chevron hired a legal team of more than 60 law firms and 2,000 legal professionals to argue that it’s not the villagers who are the victims here—it’s the corporation.
Continue


Ohdeargod. We need to reverse this Supreme Court decision FAST

vicemag:

Hell Will Freeze Over Before Chevron Pays for Pollution

When 30,000 Ecuadorian villagers sued Chevron in 1993 for devastating the Amazon with 18 billion gallons of toxic wastewater, the US-based oil giant’s reply was simple: “We will fight [the lawsuit] until hell freezes over,” said a representative. “And then fight it out on the ice.”

After investigators documented what they call a “Rainforest Chernobyl”—17 million gallons of spilled crude oil, more than 1,000 open waste pits full of toxic waste polluting the drinking water, and thousands of victims of cancer and birth defects—it seemed justice was served for the villagers. In 2011, an Ecuadorian court ruled against Chevron and demanded the company pay $19 billion in restitution. Ecuador’s Supreme Court later reduced the damages to $9.5 billion but upheld that ruling.

But on Tuesday, a U.S. court effectively overturned the ruling, which means Chevron has won the fight and hell, apparently, has frozen over. They’ve won using what activists say are dirty tactics, including filing a countersuit against the Ecuadorian villagers, claiming they had lied all along about the pollution caused to their properties as part of a shakedown scheme.

Chevron hired a legal team of more than 60 law firms and 2,000 legal professionals to argue that it’s not the villagers who are the victims here—it’s the corporation.

Continue

Ohdeargod. We need to reverse this Supreme Court decision FAST

I HAVE WAITED MY WHOLE LIFE FOR THIS GIFSET

#that meat lady was the real national treasure

catandcrown:

callieshea:

God bless this man.

I saw him live last year…and he was incredible.